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I have a leak from the bottom of my freezer. IT seems to be coming from the front left edge corner. Dripping down the adjustment screw leg. I just cleared drain line so its not that again. This is ano

IT seems to be coming from the front left edge corner. Dripping down the adjustment screw leg. I just cleared drain line so its not that again. This is another one. can't see where it is starting just where it shows up. I have looked all underneath and can't see its origin anywhere. Is there anything in the exterior wall or door that could leak?

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That's where the drip pan is for the underside models, other than that it's likely a leaky door seal on that side or the case heater went out letting it sweat.

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